The following Table shows you how to move from one point of the port of Piraeus to another.
* Bus Lines with Bold mean starting from the Terminal Sation
Click here for details of all bus lines in Piraeus, along with ticket information
+30 210 4172675
|Weekly Itineraries Information|
+30 210 4147800
|Passenger Inquiries Call Center|
Piraus Port Authority S.A provides telephone information services for all the itineraries from the Piraeus, Rafina and Lavrion ports. More specifically, the service 14541 provides the following information:
- Scheduled and extraordinary departures and arrivals
- Itineraries delays or cancellations
- Gates of departures and arrivals
- Exceptional conditions (eg departure prohibition, emergency, etc)
The service is available exclusively via live chat throughout the 24/7, all year round. With an average waiting time of no more than 20 seconds and one-off charge (no time charges*) is probably the most friendly and innovative via phone service in the country.
* From fixed tel.: €0,92 per call (incl. VAT) / from cellular tel.: €1,55 per call (incl.VAT) for all mobile networks (Call duration 2.5 minutes)
- Confirm your departure time and be informed about your journey from 14541. If you plan to embark with a car, please note that you must be in port 1 hour in advance.
- CAUTION Check your ticket as for the departure gate. If it is not listed, contact your agent or 14541 or the Coast Guard.
- Make your transit through the port easier and contribute to its smooth operation, by following the instructions of the port authority. Attention, parking is permitted only to vehicles scheduled for loading in specific areas.
- Piraeus Port busses from gate E1 to gate E5 provide transportation free of charge. Find out the exact time of your bus arrival from the electronic signs that are posted at bus stops.
- For a pleasant and cool wait, you can use one of Piraeus’ Port 7 air-conditioned passenger terminals (E1, E2, E3, E8, E9, E11, E12), where coffee, soft drinks and snacks (consumption is not obligatory) are served, or one of the 4 indoor waiting passengers halls (all fitted with air conditioning and water coolers).
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